Our identity as humans is marred by sin and shame, but the identity offered by the Gospel is shaped by the cross and reflects the person and work of Christ. Our Gospel identity is a defined identity, an expressed identity, and an anchored identity.
God’s love is a love that re-creates, a love that restores, and a love that reassures - and we need to let that love do what it wants in our lives.
God wants you to know Him because He loves you desperately - how we think about God and how we relate to and know Him is the most important pursuit in our life.
God’s love sets us apart to know Him, clarifies who He is and what He is like, and abides in us as we abide in it.
There is ultimately only one thing that matters that transcends into eternity. Today we look at the ways the resurrection of Jesus impacts our life practically today:
Love is living with others as God intends us to, so what is the Gospel definition of love?
Love is from God - lived out in action - in the context of community.